Once upon a time there was a princess who lived in a tree in the forest. Her name was Woodlynn and she was a tree fairy. 1,261 more words
La Fox licenzia una storica vicepresidente "Ha usato la mail aziendale per raccogliere fondi destinati ai familiari dei passeggeri del volo MH370"
“ha affermato che continuerà comunque con la sua iniziativa, sollecitando contributi attraverso il sito di crowdfunding GoFundMe. 48 more words
As a child, I never slept through a story by Hans Christian Andersen. Whether the tale was light and playful (“The Princess and the Pea”) or darker, more complex, and just a little disturbing (“The Tinderbox” or “The Child in the Grave”) I loved them all. 985 more words
In this short little Danish tale, “The Aged Bride,” (which you can read in full on the University of Pittsburgh website here) a young bride wanders off from her wedding party to participate in a dance some elf-folk are having on a near-by mountain. 1,354 more words
As in our last story, “The Three Snake Leaves,” a serpent is an agent of magical abilities in “The White Snake.” In “The Three Snake Leaves,” the power bestowed by the snake was the ability to bring something dead back to life; in “The White Snake,” a bite of the snake’s body gives one the ability to hear what animals say. 292 more words